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Producer Mitch Easter (REM, Pavement, Suzanne Vega, Wilco) describes the differences between mixing and mastering a record. He also discusses how the mastering process came about, whether it’s necessary to have your music mastered, and others tips for making the most out of your studio session.

Check out the other videos in this series, where Mitch talks about finding a studio/engineer and gives some tips to artists trying to make their first album.

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Music Mastering Tips - How to Use the Waves L2 Limiter

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On this video you’ll how to use the waves l2 limiter to get your music to sound as loud as commercial releases or your favorite songs.

Music Mastering Tips – How to Use the Waves L2 Limiter

2 comments on “Recording an Album | Mixing Vs. Mastering

  1. avatarSean Mcaleavy

    That was cool seeing Mitch Easter. I have been a fan of his music since the early 80s. Lets Active were a great band! I still throw Afoot onto my turntable when I'm in a vinyl mood and it still raises my pulse rate and gets me happy. But right now, Writing the Book of Last Pages is stuck in my head. I'm gonna go have a listen.?

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